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EWHf BS0TEEE3. . .
Wholesale and Kctail Druggists,
College street, between Union and the square, A L A
MEDICAL SADDLEBAGS.-l dozen pair of a
sorted styles, received and Or BdebV BR0THERS
w Ti WD OIL. 20Bblof Linseed Oil; 500 Kegs
r i.5f Vuiyrior quality; received and for sale bv
of aupen q J' EWIN BROTHERS.
-i rrF. CARB. SODA. 5000 lbs. received and for sale
$br "ygg EWIX BROTHERS.
EPPER, SPICE, &c 15 sacks Black Pepper;
C cacka Allspice; IS Sacks Race Ginger; 100 pounds
Vutmew. Prime Ground Pepper, Ginzer, Cloves and A1I
jpiccy&raalebj EWD? BROTHERS.
COCHINEAL, &c 100 lbs. best Cochineal; CO lbs.
solutionof Mur. of Tin; forsale by
mvii EWIN BROTHERS.
C- Si DEIt VINEGAR. A lot of superior Cider Vine
j car. for pickling, received and for sale by
nov:;t EWIN BROTHERS.
OLIVE OIL 80 baskets Olive Oil, of good quality, ,
fi,r .le by E WIN BROTHERS.
IMPERIAL TEA.- -75 boxes Imperial Tea, of various
grades, some very fine, received by
Dt,r2.3 EWIN BROTHERS.
O GARDNERS. 3,000 MAMMOTH ASPARA
GUS ROOTS, very superior, fiom the seed of Aspara
gus that has taken two prizes at Horticultural Exhibitions.
To be had, if immediate application be made, at
deeoi f EWIN BROTHERS.
,juit received by
BROWN'S ESSENCE GINGER. 60 dozen in
store and expected in a few days. This valuable and
pleasant article is rapidly growing ir. public favor, and seems
to be much preferred to any similar article now before tho
public. EWIN BROTHERS.
XTRACT OF LOG WOOD. 860 lbs. Extract in
'small boxes; 420 lbs. Blue Vitriol, received and forsale
-niirTir itnnmit I'TU'
i Linuid Onodcldoc:
and Bone Liniment; received and for sale low by
norS EWIN BROTHERS.
OOD liOX .HATCHES 0. gross best Wood
Box Matches, received aud for sale low by
nov23 JiWIS iSKUTUr,K5.
A RRO W ROOT. 125 pouuds Ruhton, Clark Si Go's
jf superier Bermuda Arrow Rojt, in bulk and pound
cans, received and for sale low by
norSS EWIN BROTHERS.
ASON'S BLACKING. tl gross Mason's superior
lllacking lor safe ut ttie lowcitmarKeti-aie.
nov23 EWIN BROTHERS.
LEXINGTON MUSTARD. 36 dozen of the above
superior Mustard, received and for sale bv
uovli EWIN BROTHERS.
"AT UIWER Y LA.1IPS Afcwof the above very use
l ful and convenient articles, received and for s;ile by
nor.8 EWIN BROTHERS.
BAZIN'S PERFUMERY. We are still agents for
the sale ol the various articles of tine and plain fancy
Scrips, ShavingSoaps, Shaving Coinpouuds, Shaving Creams,
line and common Colognes, Extracts). tc &c., prepared by
X Bazin, succour to H. Roussel, Philadelphia. These pre
parations arc tmue popular in this market than any other
American IVrluniery, and will be sold to country merchants
and other's bii)i) to sell again at Philadelphia prices, with
cost of transportation added. A fresh suppb just received.
nov23 HWIN BROTHERS.
JUST received per steamers GLOBE and AMERICA
250 hhds prime and strictly 30 bbls Syrup,
choice Sugar, " 50 X " d
50 bbls sup'r crushed and 200 bugs Rio Coflce,
powdered do, 40 " Laguirado,
10U bbls choice Molasses, 5 " Java do,
0 " Sugar house do, forsale low, bv
dec 15 J,. "II. LANIER.
T HIUOHS Mt bbls Tenn. D. D.stilled Whisky,
jlj ououis uw .Mononguuaia iimk-,
50 " Old Bourbon do,
0 " Old Rye do
50 " Old Reserve do,
S Pipes Holland Gin,
2) Indian bblsS. Wine,
50 bbls N. K. Rum,
5)0 bbls S. Wine,
2u bxs. Brandy Cherries
10 Pipes old Cog Brand.v,
10 bbls old Madeira Wine,
100 bbls A. M. Brandy,
30 bbls A. M. Gin,
10 bbls Old Port Wine.
50 boxes Claret Wine,
10 bxs. assorted Cordials,
15 gal. Old French Brandy,
in store and for sale by decli L. H. LANIER.
100 bbls Best Flour,
O loo kees of Nails,
1000 bbls No. 1 Salt,
SO dozen Painted Buckets,
2otons assorted Iron,
2.1 nests of Tubs,
50 lbs bar Lead,
100 assorted Demijohns,
20 nests 14 bushel measures
200 brs Shot, assorted.
50 b'xes Cuba Sixes Cigars,
50 loz Bedcords, Lines,
25 bugs Pepper,
1 cask Madder,
CObxs Buckwheat Flour,
5 bbls AUutn,
30 bbls No 3 Mackeral,
2u bbls S.S. Almonds,
8 tiercel fresh Rice,
50 bigs Haco uinger,
50 baxes Dried Herrings,
10 boxes Stoughton's bitters,
5 bbls unmstonc,
50 kits No 1 and 2 Mackeral,
10 bills lirge Pecans,
300 bvs Tobacco, ass'd brands,
25 bbls English So Ja
50 boxes r resli leas,
lOCrome's best Indigo;
Together with many other articles, which will be sold
lowby L. II. LANIER,
deci." .Market St,
MARSHES Late improved self-adjusting Tiuss,
which am so constructed as to adapt itself to eve
ry position of the body. Suitable sizes from the largest
man down to the smallest child, both single aud dou
ble. Shoulder Braces. The braces can be adapted to
men. women and children of all ages and occupation.
Gentlemen's Braces so constructed as to answer the pur
nose of Shoulder Braces and Suspenders.
Abdominal Supporters of the latest and most ap-
prored patterns, l hose articles nave been recommended by
some ot tne most celebrated Physicians in the North, and
nronounccd the best in
An examination of Plrysicians of Nashville and sur
rounding country is si lis cd.
A good assortment m ail the abovn articles just received
and for sale by A. S1UM11, Druggist,
dec!7 Corner Union and Cherry St.. Nashville.
SNUFFS. 1300 lbs. Maccoboy bniuT m barrels and
"iars- 150 dozen Garrett's and others Scotch Snuffs; 180
dozen Scotch Snuff in Rolls. EWIN BROTHERS.
X I USTANG LINIMENT, S:c as dozen Mexican
IVX Mustang Liniment; 12 dozen Perry Davis' Pain Killer;
24 dozen Liquid Opodeldoc; 36 dozen Butler A Allen's Nerve
I EXCHANGE ! EXCHANGE! We are check
1 ing on New York, and Philadelphia in any amount, in
sums to suit, at y, percent, premium.
novl7. D. PEARL & CO
I70R SALE FOR CASH LANGHORN &
7 ARMISTED'S GOLD Leaf Chewing Tobacco. 25
boxes just received, of their purest brauds. For sale at re
tail or by the box. II. G. SCOVEL.
"North s'ulc of the Public Square, three doors west of the
Nashville Inn. oct 14.
MORE PIANO FORTES.
W&T. II. GREENFIELD & CO., have just received
another lot of those un ivalled PIANOS, ma le by J.
B. Dunham and Adam, Stodart & Co., which will be sold
very cheap for cash. dec20.
GROCERIES, &a, &c.
"VXTE have now in store
240 hogsheads prime Sugar, new crop:
200 bags prime Rio Coffee. do do;
3j do do Jaguynt do do do;
10 do do Java do;
100 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
25 boxes Boston double refined do.
300 bbls & hf bbls Molasses, 100 half bbls Lyrup;
300 barrels flour, best brands;
300 kegs Nails, assorted, bcst brands;
200 boxes Glass Ware, assorted,
100 do Tobacco, assorted brands;
50,000 Fine Cigars, do dir.
220 boxes and half-boxes Raisins and figs;
20 bbls S S Almonds and Pecans;
10 tierces Rice; 20 ceroons Indigo very best;
i casK wuicu jiaaaer; ion bbls snp. Uarb. Soda;
25 bbls Linseed Oil; 25 bills Coperas:
10 do Alum; 10 do Brimstone,
23 bags Pepper, Spice and Ginger;
100 dozen Painted Buckets ancTTubs;
500 reams v rapping Paper;
1000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
500 tags tine aud coarse Salt;
300 barrels Ohio and St. Louis Whisky;
100 do Tennessee do;
50 do Old Double Distilled do;
109 do Brandy, and Gin;
'50 do Malaga, Port and Maderia Wine; '
19 nines Cnnnp Ttr-milr Iir"!t. ,tirr inrfs-
- 1 do Holland Gin; 1 Bipe Jamaica Rum;
25 bbls Irish Whisky; 25 bbls Rye Whisky;
25 do Bourbon do;
50 boxes Fancy Cordials and Wines;
With numerous other articles in the Grocery Line, which
we offer at very reduced prices for cash or bafler.
dec21 MORRIS & STRATTON.
WNT FD at the South NashvilleTurnituro Factory of
good SEASONED LUMBER cacmrj, oi
300,000 feet of Hinch Walnut Plank wide;
5n,noo do do do do do:
50,000 do 2 do do do do";
100,000 do Walnut Scantling, Sfeet long, 4, SAG in. sq 're
100,000 do Cherry do do do-
100,000 do lg inch Cherry Plank ivide; '
50;000 do &o do do:
50,000 do 2 do do do;
50,000 do Ash,Tangingrromltoi5 in thick wide plank;
Also, Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet purposes, for
which Ctth will be paid on delivery.
Also, 25 or 30 good CABLNETMAICERS wanted, to whom
falrpricw wiUbegirai in cash. Also, l or 2 good UP
HOLSTERS, lone but good workmen need apply
STR ATTON, SMITH & CO-
r-iTTfiAR 100 bbds "Prime Sugar, in store and for sale
rs ---- -
COFFEE 250 bars Prime Rio Coffee, In store and Jbr
lelowby STRATTON, SMITH A CO.
FLOUR 500 bbls. Hour, various brands, iust received
and for sale low by STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
SXT-1000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
500 bags Coarse do;
800 do Fine do;
In store and forsale SMITH A CO.,
TRON AND CASTINGS-8 tons Napier's Hammered
Twm J,m Rolled do: 15 tens assorted Castings for
saleujwwitfj'low, to close, by
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
T ANGIIORNE & ARMISTEAD'S SUPE
JL R10R CHEWING TOBACCO. As principal agents
for the sale of the above justly celebrated Tobacco in Nash
ville we are and will continue to be constantly supplied.
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
SUNDRIES Loaf crushed, clarified and powdered Su
gars; Pvppe, Allspice, Indigo; Letter, Cap and Writing
Pane; Star "and Tallow Candles; Bar Soan and various other
articles, all of which will be sold unusually low by
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
COTTON YARNES 20,000 dozen assorted sizesjust
received and for sale by
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
RESII ARRIVALS. 200 bbls superior new wheat
Flour, just received, and for sale low to clo.e, by
nov 20 STRATTON, SMITH A CO.
Boxes fresh Western Reserve Cheese, per steamer.
For sale unusually low to close.
STRATTON, SMITn & CO.,
nov 20 Broadway.
f) " f Barrels Louisville Hydraulic Cement in store,
J J ai
and forsale by
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.
2? Tons Monilla Cordage, various sizes just received by
ant Arrow, s.uiTii&uo.
IN CHANCERY AT CARTHAGE.
James M. Condit and wife, Mary A. ) Januai- Ruies
William P. narvy and others. f 1853
N motion and it apnearincr to the undersigned, Clerk
7 and Master, that Wm. P. Harvv is a non-resident of
the Stateof Tennessee. It is therefore ordered that an order
of publication be made for three successvee weeks, in the
Nashville Union, a paper published in the city ot iNashville,
requiring the said W in. P. Harvy to appeer at the court
house in the town of Carthage, on the second .Monday
February next, then and there to plead, answer or demur to
Complainants Bill and in default thereof, said Bill will be
taken for confessed and set for hearing, et-parte as to him.
jan 17 w3w A. MOORE, C. & M.
CHANCERY COURT, MARSHALL COUNTY. JANUARY
Thomas Bass, )
vs. y Petition for the sale of land.
John Biss. et als. 1
rX this case it annearinir to the satisfaction of the Court,
X that Willis Bass, John Hall, and his wife Nancy, for
merly Nancy Bass. William Bass, Lomual Bass, Adeline
McGlauGn, formerly Adeline Hall, and her husband-
McGlaufiu, Jason Hall, Charles Hall, John Hall and Nancy
l'ellou s. the live last ot whom are children ot baniti iiall
formerly Sarah Bass, are non-residents of the State of Ten
ncseee, it is ordered and adjuJgedby the Court that publi
cation be made three times, as to them in the Nahville
Weekly Union, a paper published in the city of Nashville
Tennessee, commanding the aforesaid parties to be and ap
pear at the court-house in the town of Lewisburg, Marshall
County, Tennessee, at the County Court to be held thereat
on the hrst Monday m May, 18o3, then and there to answer
said petition or elsethe same will be taken lor confessed
add set down, as to them for bearing, ex-parU.
janlO JOllN ELLIOTT, Clerk.
CHANCERY COURT CARTHAGE; JANUARY RULES,
Nathan Ward and others,
Thoma3 Hooker and others.
N motion, it appearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk
and Master, that 1 nomas iiooUer is a non-resiaenta ot
the State of Tennessee : It is therefore ordered that publica
tion be made in the Nashville Union, a newspaper published
in the city of Nashville, tor three successive weeks, re
quiring the defendant, Thomas Hooker, to appear at the
court-house, m the town ot Carthage, on the second .Mon
day m tebruary next, then and there, to plead, answer or
demur to complainants bill, and in delault thereof said
bill will be taken for confessed and set for hearing exparU
as to said dclendant, Thos. Hooker,
jan lo w3w A. MOORE, C. & M.
CHANCERY COURT CARTHAGE,
Benjamin Arendall, Adm'r. xc, and others,
Harris Gilliam and William Gillam's, heirs,
whose names are unknown.
ON motion and it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Clerk and Master, that Harris Gilliam and William
Gillam's, heirs whose names are unknown, are non-residents
ot the State ot 'lennese: it is thereiore ordered that an
order of publication be made in the Nashville Union, a
newspaper published in the city ol Nashville, for three suc
cessive weeks, requiring the aforesaid defendants to appear.
at the court-house in the town of Carthage, Tenn., on the
second Jlonday in rebruary next, then aud there to plead,
answer or demur to Complainant's Bill, aud in default
thereof said Bill will be taken for confessed and set for
hearing cje.parte as to them.
jan 10 w3w A. MOORE, C. & M.
R ANA WAY, on the 4th of November last, from a planta
tion near Wadesboro', N. C, a negro boy named Jack-
sou. Jackson is about twenty years old, about live leet
eight inches high, and quite black.
It is supposed that Jackson went off with a white man
named in. Draper. Draper is about 35 vears old. weighs
about 1(50 pounds, is well built, rather good looking, has a
uown iook, oiacK nair, blue eyes, mack beard, and had large
whiskers when he left here, which be may have cut off, and
is a wheelwright by trade.
t A reward of one hundred dollars will be given for the ap
prehension of the negro boy so that I can get him again, and
two hundred dollars for the delivery of the boy and Draper
o me at Wadesboit),' or one hundred and fifty for the boy
alone. dec-'7 w6w. JOIINll McIVER.
RAMAGE & CHURCH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE.
TTTE arc again in receipt of a large assorted slock of
YV Roots, Shoes, and Hrogans, direct from the
manufactory; Ladies' Misses and Children's line Gaiters.
Boots, Exccllors, Slippers and Paris Ties of every descrip
tion; Gents' superior t'alf Water-Proof D. S. Boots, super
fine Calf Stitched and Pump Sole Dress Boots: Walking
Shoes, Oxford Ties, Patent Leather and Congress Cloth Gai
ters; Boys' and Youths' Boots, Shoes and Brogans; O verShces
for Men, Women and Children, and Cork Soles, &c Ac.
We ask merchants and planters to examine our stock. We
give bargains tor cash. RAMAGE & CHURCH.
BROGANS Home made Brogans, and No. 1 Eastern
Brogans; mud and kip Boots, just received and for sale
If w for cash. dec2 w RAMAGE & CHURCH.
TRAVELLING TRUNKS, Of Sole Leather; Rus
set and Black Iron Framed Leather Trunks, Valeces,
Cajpet Bags and School Satchels constantly on hand at the
lowest prices by dec2-w RAMAGE & CHURCH.
NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.
Cedar Street. Post Office Suildings. NashviUe. Tenn.
STUDENTS admitted any time during the year. The
course of instruction embraces Book Keeping by Double
Entrv. as used in evervdenartmcnt of business. Cummercinl
Calculations, Mercantile Form3 and Customs, and Business
Pennnianship. 1 he design of the institution is to give young
men a thorough training, preparatory to entering into busi
ness. In a preperly conducted Mercantile institution, a bet
ter knowledge of Mercantile Science can be obtained, in from
eight to twelve weeks, than can be acquired in any one branch
ot business in a life-time. The principles of Accounts are
first thoroughly taught, and then their application to every
variety and class of Dusiness operations, is made familiar by
frequent examples. The Student is required to perform the
same kind of work as if he were in a Counting Room. A
thorough course of instruction is given in Mercantile Calcu
lations upon the most approved methods, and Business Pen
manship upon practical and scientific principles. The stu
dent is also exercised in forming the various instruments o
writing, common to business transactions.
Tins institution has been lor some time in successful opera
tion. Tho undersigned having been for three vears Princi
pal of a Commercial College in Kentucky, is prepared to give
the most satisfactory assurances of his ability to conduct a
similar Institution in Nashville, in a manner eminently wor
thy of a generous patronage.
Tuition (in advance) for tho above course of instruction is
830. Instructions are given in Penmanship and Mercantile
Arithmetic, not in connection with the regular course. For
twenty lessons in writing, 5, and $5 per month for Arith
metic A night course is given for those who cannot attend
during the da'. Rooms amply lighted with Gas.
augll riy . jioh, rnncipai.
' 25 REWARE
EANAWAY from the subscriber, in iiincoln coun
ty, about the 1st of August, a Negro Woman
Tiamofi m a iunt,Eii. auuui ov rears, oi uruwii uuui-
nlexion. talks somewhat broken, and tells persons, that she
may chance to meet, that she is free. Said negro was pur-
. . . , "i r i 1 1 . j t t 1 .1. t
chased mot. IXiuis, mo., ana win uy w gei uuc&. wciu. i
will rnv the above reward if taken out of this State, or $10
if taken in this State aud secured in any jail so that I get her
Direct to the subscriber at Pleasant Plains, Lincoln county
Tennessee. ALEXANDER PARKER.
oct 25 w2m
FINE SHOT GUNS. The undersigned are this. day
opening a fine and well selected stock of Shot Gun?,
of every description, comprising Single and Double Barrel
These guns were all made to our special order, and we have
no hesitation in recommending them to our customers and
othei-3 wisbingi to purchase.
OCVil JrAJLii Si UUtJLMjtliAM,
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the vesr 1S51. bv
J. S. HOUGHTON, II. D., in the Clerk's Office of the
District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
GREAT CUBE TOR DYSPEPSIA! ANOTHER SCIEN
DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID. OR OASTRTf! .TTTTfTE
J T)REPARED from Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach or the
, A Ox, alter the directions of Baron Liebig, the great Phv-
I R?r!ntr?m1 f!hpmint hv .T U,,..M t 1 in,n.,.la1nfi
This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indigestion, Dyspep-
sib, oaunatce, iivcr complaint, Consumption ana ueLniiiy,
curing after Nature's own method, by Nature's own Agent,
uib urtsinc .mice.
Half a tea-spoonful of Pepsin, infused in water, will digest
dissolve five pounds of roast beef in about two hours, out
ot ine stomach.
Pepsin is the chief element or digesting principle of the
Gastric Juice the solvent of the food, the purifying, pre
serving and stimulating agent of the stomach and intestines.
it is extracted irom tne digestive siomacn oi uic u.t, inus
forming an artificial digestive fluid precisely like the natural
Gastric Juice in its chemical powers, and furnishing a com
plete and nerfect substitute for it. By the aid of thi3 prepa
ration, the pains and evils of Indigestion and Dyspepsia are
removed just as they would be by a healthy stomach. It is
doing wonders for dyspeptics, during cases of Debility, Ema
ciation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic Consumption, sup
posed to be on the verge of the grave. The scientific evi
dence upon which it is based is in the highest degree curious
I Scientific Evidence. Baron Liebig, in his celebrated
' work on Animal Chemistry, says: " An Artificial Digestive
r luid, aualagous to the uastric Juice, may be prepared irom
the mucous membrane of the stomach of the Ox, in which
various articles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened,
changed and digested, just in the same manner as they would
be in the human stomach.
Dr. Prc'ra, in his famous treatise on "Food and Diet,"
published by Fowler A Wells, New York, pjge 25, states
the same great fact, and describes the method of picparation.
There are few higher authorities than Dr. Priera.
Dr. Combe, in his valuable writings on the "Physiology
of Digestion," observes that "a diminution of the due quan
tity of the Gastric Juice is n prominent and all-prevailing
cause of Dyspepsia:" and he states that "a distinguished
professor of medicine in London, who was severely afflicted
with this complaint, finding every thing else to fail, bjo sqa
course to the Gastric Juice, obtained from the stoma-oj pit
living animals, which proved completely successful."
Dr. Graham, author of the famous works on " Vegetable
Diet," says : " It is a rcaiarkabie met in Physiology, that the
stomachs of animals, macerated in water, impart to the fluid
the property of dissolving various articles of food, and of ef
fecting a kind of artificial digestion of them in no wise dif
ferent from the natural digestive process."
Dr. Simon's great work, the " Chemistry of Man," (Lee A
Blanchard, Philadelphia, 1546, pp. 321-2,) says: "The dis
cover)' of Pepsin forms a new era in the chemical history of
digestion. Irom recent .experiments we know that food is
dissolved as rapidly in an artincial digestive fluid, prepared
from Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastric Juice itself.
Professor Dunglison. of the Jefferson College, Philadelphia,
in his great work on Human Physiology, devotes more than
fifty pages to an examination of this subject. His experi
ments with Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice obtained
from the living human stomach, and from animals, are well
known. " In all cases," he says, " digestion occurred as per
fectly in the artificial as inthenaturaldigestioii."
Dr. John W. Draper, Professor of Cnemistry in the Col
lege of the University of New York, in his " Text Book of
Chemistry," page 396, says : " It has been a question whether
artificial digestiou could be performed but it is now univer
sally admitted that it may be."
Dr. Carpenter's standard work on Physiology, which is in
the library of ever)' physician, and is used as a text-book in
all the colleges, is full of evidence similar to the above, re
specting the remarkable digestive power of Pepsin, and the
fact that it may be readily separated from the stomach of the
calf or ox, and used for experiments in artificial digestion, or
as a remedy for diseases of the stomach, and deficient secre
tion of the Gastric Juice.
All modern works on Chemistry, Materia Medica and Phy
siology, and all good Medical Dictionaries, describe the char
acter and properties of Pepsin, and state many interesting
details respecting it.
The fact thatan Artificial Digestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice.
perfectlyrcsembling the natural fluid, may be readily pre
pared, does not admit of question. The only wonder is, that
it has not before been applied to the cure of Indigestion and
Dyspepsia so naturally does such a use suggest itself to the
As a Dyspepsia Curer, Dr. Houghton s Pepsin has
produced the most marvellous effects, in cases of Debility, j
Emaciation, Nervous Ueclme, and Dyspeptic consumption.
It is impossible to give the details oi cases in tne limns oi
fiis ndvertsement : but aut lenticated certificates have been
given of more than two hundred remarkable cures, in Phil
adelphia, New York and Boston alone. These were nearlvall
desperate cases, and the cures were not only rapid and won
dertul. but permanent.
It is a great nervous antidote, and particularly useful for
tendency to Bilious Disorder, hiver Complaint, l-ever and
Ague, or badly treated Fever and Ague, and the evil effects
ot Quinine and Mercury ana oiner arugs upon ine uigestive
organs, aner a longsicKims. iur tM.i.i:5 in cauiig, aim
1 1 11 C . l?
the too iree use oi ardent spirits, n aimosi reconciles ncaun
Old Stomach Complaints. There is no form of
Old Stomach Complaints which it does not seem to reach and
remove at once. No matter how bad it may he, it gives in
stant relief ! A single dose removes all me unr iieasant symp
toms; and it oulv needs to be repeated for a short tune to
make these good effects permanent. Purity of blood and
vigor of body follow at once. It is particularly excellent in
cases of Nausea. Vomiting, Cramps, Soreness of the Pit of
the Stomach, Distress after dilating, Low, Cold State of the
Blood. Heaviness. Lowness of Spirits, Despondency, Ema
ciation, Weakness, Tendency to Insanity, Suicide, &c.
Dr. Houghton's Pepsin is sold by nearly all the
dealers in fine drugs and popular medicines throughout the
Uniied States. It is prepared in powder and in fluid form,
and in pres:ription vials for the use of physicians.
Private Circulars for the use of physicians, may be
obtained of Dr. J. S. Houghton, or his agents, describing
the whole process of preparation, and giving the authorities
upon whicti the claims of this new remedy are based. As it
is not a secret remedy, no objection can be raised against its
use by'physicians in respectable standing and regular prac-
iinn Prirf Ovf. "Dm T.i; npr T?ntllf
Pepsin in Powder sent by mail free of postage. For
convenience of sending to all tarts of the country! the Di
gestive Matter of Pepsin is put up in the form of Powder,
with directions to be dissolved in water by the patient. These
Powders contain just the same matter as the Bottles, and
will be sent bv mail, free of postage, for One Dollar sent
(postpaid) to D'r. J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D., Philadelphia,
Please Observe This ! Eve'y Bottle of the Genuine
Pepsin bears the written signature ot UOUGUTON,
M D., Sole Proprietor, Philadclplra, Penn.
5?" Sold by all Druggists ana De .c.a ui Medicines.
Wholesale and Retail Agents, fov Nashville.
J. M. ZIM :rman,
W. W. iiwRRY,
H. G. SCOVEL.
MnnmEESBono' Binford A McDermott; Fkanklc
E. G. Clouston ; Clauksville Thomas A Warficld: Pulas
ki W. T. Plummer, Dr. W. Batte A Bro.
jyl0'52 dtnv 12m
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
YiQdn one mile of the Square of TashviUe.
I WILL sell my Tract of Lund, lying immediately on the
river, one mile from the Square" of Nashville known as
the Nashville Race Course containing about 300 acres.
The land is of the very best river bottom soil, well adapted
to the production of afl kinds of agricultural produce, and
commanos a oeauiuui new oi me cur ana river.
For farming purposes it cannot be' surpassed by any land
in the State. It contains a fair proportion of timber, and
the balance well suited lor cultivation,. Upon the premises
is a good, comfortable, frame dwelling house and all neces
sary out houses, good barns, corn houses, stables, &c Up
on the premises is, and has been for the last twenty years,
an established race course, now in good order, with all nee
essary improvements, fine observatory stands, large, com
modious dining room?-, gaming rooms, Ac; indeel, every,
convenience at all necessary or desirable as a race course
and for that particular purpose, commands more advantage
than any other place in Tennessee.
If not sold it will be rented for the ensuing year, 1853, on
accommodating terms. Apply to the subscriber, in Wil
liamson county, Tenn., or to Thomas G. Pointer, Nashville
Tenn. oct!4 wtf LYSANDER JMcGVAOCK.
HOTEL AND B0ARBIN3 HOUSE.
Corner of Summer and JJtaderick Streets, AashrilU, Tenn
D. R. DANIELS, PnopruETon.
HAVING taken charge of the large and commo
dious house above, formerly occupid by Mr. II.
Bridges, I will endeavor to give entire satisfaction to
the boardingand traveling public. Persons from the coun
try on visits or business in the city will find my house com
fortable and conveniently situated. My intention is to keep
a house for the accommodation of private boarders in the ci
ty. .1 hope to merit tho patronage of the public generally.
My prices will be very moderate. D. R. DANIELS.
S1 AAA llEW AUD. 1 will pay theabove reward
XUUU to any person or persons, as a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
of the denominations of 160, 80 and 40 acres. I will pur
chase single warrants of either denomination.
R. H. BROCKWAY
Room over Oak Hall, east side Public Square, 2d door
south ni n 1 I Nashville. octl4 m27.
THOMAS W. FLEMING,
' CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
WILL receive consignments of COTTON, CORN, BA
CON. OATS. BUTTER. FEATHERS: &c. His bu
siness in Augusta, ivill be continued as heretofore under
Refers to Hon. Jons P. Kino, President, Georgia Rail
road Company. H. W. Co.vnee, Esq., President, South Ca
rolina Railroad Company.
P. S. Major Armstead Wall is my General Agentin
Tennessee and North Alabama. decl6 2mdw
FRESH ARRIVALS, AT R. & J. NIXON'S.
$0,000 Cigars, SO Boxes M. R. Raisins;
15 Casks Lond'nPort'r 25 boxes do;
5 Barrels Oranges 25 " do;
Just received to-day bj jt27 R- A J. NIXON
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time, unusually attractive, irom the icriai" works of Bulwer
and ether literary notables, written lor that magaz.nc, and
iiiu ujjpi.-ar.ng in ns columns both in Urcat Untain and in
me united Stat
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Stewart," and other serials, of which numerous rival editions
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one address for b: four copies of the four Reviews and
Blackwood for $yo; and soon.
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the great induction which has been made on these Periodi
cals since 1S41, and the very ti ifliug rates now charged.
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lihUKAKU oUUTT & CO.,
79 Fulton Stkcet, (Entrance 54 Gold street,)
N. B. L. S. A Co. have recently published, and have
now for sale, the "FARMER'S GUIDE," by Henry Ste
phens, of Edinburgh, and Prof. Norton of Yale College, New
Haven, complete in 2 vols., royal octavo, containing 1600
Eages, 14 steel and 000 wood engravings. Price, in muslin
inding, t; in paper covers, for the mail, 5.
JSf This work issor the old "Book of the Farm." lately
resuscitated and thrown upon the market.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Boxes Stubblefield's oold LeafTobacco;
SO " Gov. Jones' " "
50 " Henry's Kv. "
50 " John Anderson A Co.'s Smoking Tobacco,
10 Cases Scotch Snuffin Bottles;
5 " Napoleon Cigars Regalias;
5 " Wandering Jew
2 " Cathedral
2 " Marianas
2 " La Luna
2 ' Principle
2 " La Flor
18 " Cherval
In store and forsale by
" Star Brand;
W. II. GORDON A CO.
R. F BELL.
Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Merchant and
General Dealer in Groceries, Foreign
and Domestic Liquors.
Opposite Sewanee House. College st, Nashville.
25 bbls St. Louis Flour Albion Mills;
5 bbls St. Louis Golden Syrup;
10 boxes " Loaf Sugar, No. 1;
10 bbls " Powdered and Crashed Sugar;
50 " " Cincinnati Flour; best brands;
1000 lbs sugar cured Beef; canvassed;
10 dozzinc Wash Boards;
50 boxes, halves and quarter boxes Star Candles;
5 bbls Sugar House Molasses;
10 " Cider Vinegar;
50 " rectified hiskey;
300 bbls fine Teas in chests and mallatfcn packs;
100 Black Tea;
20 boxes Langhorn and Armstead'sbest Tobacco;
5 half pires superior Cogniac Brandy;
10 casks Port and Madeira Wine;
2 pipes superior Holland Gin;
50 bbls old di uble distilled Tennessee Whisky;
'500 " Kanawha Salt;
20,000 fine Regalia Cigars;
80 b sLnguyra and Java Coffee; ' 11
Also many other articles in the Grocery line, which will
be sold very low lor cash.. R.F.BELL,
nov2'J uoiiege street; opposite fcewanee tlouse.
T?RSIIE ARRIVAL. Just received a large supply
.ard Oil, Surgical Instruments,
Window Glass, Ac., Ac.; and for sale low wholesale
and retail by J. M. ZD1MERMAN.
nov 23 Sign of Lion and Morfar, JIarket street.
J. H. CTJRREY, CABINET MAKER AND FUNERAL
IS now furnished with good workmen
and well seasoned material to make
to order all kinds of furniture at short no
tice. REPAIRING done in the best style and
I can have furniture moved in a firsraie car, and by care
ful hands when called upon. Persons havtng turning to do,
will find it to their interest to give me a call, as I have i
firstrafe Lathe and turner.
Undertaking Coffins of every description, always on
hand, which will be furnished at prices a good deal lower
than heretofore furnished fn this city. I will give my per
sonal attention to funerals both in the city any country, with
good hearses, gentle horses and careful drivers. All "orders
left at my sales room on College street, opposite the Sewanee
House of at my shop near the Depot, will be punctually at
tended to. Myself or clerk can always be found at the store,
ready to wait on customers, both night and day. nov25
"WADE & BUTCHER" RAZORS.
WE have a new stock of RAZORS, from the celebnfed
makers "Wade A Butcher," of assorted patents; al
so' Wosfenholm's and Rogers A Son's Razors, all of which
we guarantee to the purchaser.
decll FALL A CUNNINGHAM
100 bags Java, Laguyra dnd Rio Coffee;
2 bags Pepper; 26 nests covered and un-
10 dozen Painted Buckets; covered Market Baskets;
2 tierces frehRice: 15 nests Tubs;
50 bbls and hf bbls Molasses; 25 boxes fresh Raisins;
50 boxes dried Herrings; 50 kits No 1 and 2 jrackerel;
10 bbls American Brandy; 15 bbls and hf bbls Mackerel;
5 bbls Old Rye Whisky: 5 bbls American Gin;
Also many other articles in the Grocerr line, which will
be sold at lowest prices for cash. R. F. BELL,
dec 14 opposite Sewanee House, College st
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (Conservative.) '
THE EDINBURG REVIEW (Whig.) !
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Church.) i
THE WESTMINISTER REVIEW , Libpm!..
L. A. LAXIEE. B. LANIER.
LANIER & BROTHER,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
And dealers-in Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Market street, Nashville.
InAVE this day associated with me in the Grocery Busi
ness rnv Brother, L. A Lanier under the above, style. I
hope all those indebted Jo me will call and settle their notea
and accounts, without further delay. B. LANLER.
?pS s w A 9
PH1LADELPHLA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15
years ago by DR. KINKELIN. The oldest, surest and
best hand to cure all forms of secret diseases of the skin,
and solitary habits of youth, is DR. KINKELIN, N. W. cor
ner of Third and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine,
one and a half squares from the Exchange, Philadelphia.
Take Particular Notice. There is a habit which
boys teach each other at the academy or college a habit in
dulged in when by themselves, in solitude, growing up with
the boy to manhood, and which, if not abandoned m due
time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hap
piness, but gives nse to a series of protracted, insidious and
devastat Jig affections. Few of those who indulge in this
pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until they
rind the nervous system is shattered, feel strange and un
accountable feelings, vague fears in the mind. The individ.
ual becomes feeble, he is unable to labor with accustomed
vigor, or to apply his mind totudv; his step is tardy and
weak, he is dull and irresolute, the, countenance is downcast,
the eyes without natural lustre, shamcfa'redness is apparent.
TIkm are symptom tshich should awMtr the atttutiuti ot
those similarly aMicted.
If the victim be conscious of the cause of his decay and
having relinquished the odious practice, be suffers under
those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken aud shame
him, producing mental aud physical prostration. If lie
emancipate himself before the practice has done its worst,
and enter matrimony, bis marriage is unfruitful, and bis
senses tell hiin that tfiis is caused by his early follies.
Too many think they will hug the secret to their own
hearts, and'eure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal
delusion, and how many a promising youth, who might have
been an ornament to society, has faded from the eaith!
Young jlen! Let no false modesty deter you from
making your case known to one who, from education and re
spectibihty. can alone befriend vou. He who places himself
j under DR. KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously confide
his honor as a gentleman, and in whose bosom will be
orever locked the secret of the patient.
Country Invalids. Finding it inconvenient to make
f personal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to-
geiner who an mcir symptoms, (per letterpost paid,) have
forwarded to them a chest containing Dr. K.'s medicines,
appropriated accordingly, and be cured at heme.
Strictures of the urethra, weakness and constitutional de
bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. All letters
A remittance of 25 cents in a letter, postpaid, ad
dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, will secure his buok'
on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. june7 wly
JAUNDICE, Dyspepsia, Chrome or Nervous Debility, Dis
eases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising llom a
disordered Liver or Stomach, such as Constipation, Inwurd
Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stom
ach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight
in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimmingof the Head, Hurried and
Difficult BreaUiing, Fluttering at the heait, Choking or Suf
focating, Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, rcver and Dull Pain
in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eves. Pain in the Side. Back. Chest. I.imh ftc.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Im
aginings of Evil and Great Depression of Spirits, can be ef
fectually cured by
Dr. Hoolland's Celebrated German Hitters,
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, at the German Medicine
btoie, liiu Arch street, 1-lnIadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled, if
equaled, by any other preparation in the United States, as
the cures attest, in many cases after skillful physicians had
These Bitters are wcrthy the attention of invalids, pos
sessing great virtues in the rectification of diseases of the
liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching pow
ers in weakutbs and affections of the digestive organs, they
are, withal, safe, certain and pleasant
BEAD AXD BE CONVINCED.
From the "Boston Bee."
The editor said, Dec. 2:d :
Dn. IIoofland's Celeuiuted German' Bitters, for the cure
of Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Ner
vous Debility, is deservedly one of the most popular medi
cines cf the day. These Bitters have been used by thou
sand, and a friend at our elbow says he has himself re
ceived an effectual and permanent cure of liver complaint
from the use of this renieuy. We are convinced that, in the
use of these bitters, the patient constantly gains strentrth
and vigor a fact worthy of great consideration. They are
pleasant in taste and smell, and can be used by persons with
the most del ca;e stomachs with safety, under any circum
stances. We are speaking from experience, and "to the af
flicted we advise their use.
"Scott's Weekly," one of the best literary papers pub
ished, said, Aug. 29th:
"Dr. Hoolland's German Bitters manufactured by Dr.
Jackson, are now recommended by some of the most prom
inent members of the faculty, as an article of much elh'cacy
in cases of Female weakness. As such is the case, we would
advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save them
selves much sickness. Persons cf debilitated constitution
will find these bitters advantageous to their health, as we
know from experience the salutary effect they hae on weak
More Evidence. The Hon. C. D. Ilinelinc, Mayor of
the city of Camden, N. J., says :
"Hooflaxd's Gersian Bitters. We have seen many flat
tering notices of this medicine, and the source from which
they came induced us to make inquiry respecting its merits.
From inquiry we were persuaded to use it, and must say
that we fbuud it specific in its action upon diseases of the
mer ana uigestive organs, and the influence it exerts upon
nervous prostration is really surprising. It calms and
strengthens the nerves, making sleep refieshing.
"If this medicine was more generally used, we are satis
fied there would be less sickness, as from this stomach, liver
and nervous system the great majority of real and imagina
ry diseases emanate. Have them in a healthy condition,
and you can bid defiance to epidemics generally. This extra
ordinary medicine we would advise our friends who are at
all indisposed, to give a trial: it will recommend itself. It
should, in fact, be in every family. No other medicine can
produce such evidences of merit"."
Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the fore
going,) from all sections of the Union, the last three years,
and the stongest testimony in its favor, is, that there is more
of it usid in the practice of the regular physicians of Phila
delphia, than all other nostrums combined" a fact that can
easily be established, and fully proving that a scientific prep
aration will meet with their quiet approval when presedent
even in this form.
That this medicine will cure liver co-nplaint and dyspept
sin, no one can doubt after using itts cirected. It acts spe
cifically upon the stomach and liven it is preferable to calo
mel in all nlious diseases; the effect is imn.ediatc. Thev can
lie a.imiiiis1eied to female or infant with safety and reliable
benefit at any time.
look well to the marks of the genuine.
They have the written signature of C. M. JACKSON up
on the wrapper, and his name blown in the bottle without
which they ore spurious.
Forsale, wholesale and retail, at the GERMAN MEDI
CINE STORE, No. 129 Arch street, one door below Sixth.
Philadelphia; and by respectable dealers generally through
out the countrv.
PRICES REDUCED. To enable all classes of invalids to
( enjoy the advantage of their great restorative powers. Sin
gle uuujc in ccms.
Also for sale by W. W. BERRY.
EWIN, BROWN A CO.
CARTW RIGHT A ARMSTRONG,
II. G. SCOVEL.
Druggists, Nashville, Tenn.
And by Druggist crcry where.
Wholcsalg Agents for Kentucky and Tennessee,
SUTCLIFFE, McA LUSTER A CO.,
junej eowly. Louisville, Ky.
DR. ARNOLD'S UNION PILLS.
Greek Hill, Tenn., January 19, 1852.
Dr. Arkold Deak Sm I consider it but an act of jus
tice to yourself and the community, to s ate to you the very
great benefit I have received lruin the useof'vour Union
PPills. Having been forquiti a number of vears. greatly
troubled with dispepsis, and constipation of the bowels; at
times alarming me greatly, I used every other reined v, al
most that I ever icad or head of for the disease, all without
theleast beneficial effect I had almost come to the belief,
that it was useless to try any more; as I labored under
great debility, and my stomach was greatly injured by tak
ing the different Pills, medicine, Ac; but on hearing my
neighbors speak so frequently of the beneficial effects of
your Union Pills, I concluded to give them a trial, and
bought a fitly cents vial, and commenced their use. From
the tirst dose of one Pill I was satisfied it was the medicine
for me. I havo not yet used quite one vial, and can now say
to you with the utmost pleasure, that I have not for the last
ten years ieit as well, or enjoyed sucli good nealtb, as I have
since commencing the use of your Pills. I would take no
sum for the good these Pills have done me, and almost every
branch of my family have used them with the same happy
effect. At times some of tho negroes have had symptom's
of fever at the first complaint I have given them one or
two Pills, aud never had to repeat the dose but once, which
effecteda cure. Yourothei medicines used by my family,
have had the most happy eflect. I shall always keep a sup
ply of ypur Pills on hand, and I think that no one, laboring
as I have undergreat debility and dyspepsia, with all ther
evil consequences, but what would, after a use of your med
idines, join me in saying the same of them.
Respectfully W W MASTERSON
For Sale at the Drug Stores of ZIMERMAN, T.WELLS.
BEECH, FLEMMING A CO., and BOURNE'S
BEING the sole owner of House's Celebrated Medicines,
consisting of Indian Tonic, Pile Ointment, Tetter Cer
ate and Pills, now in the hands of local agents in theStiteot
lennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina and Virgii ia. I offer
to sell the same extremely low to Agents or others who wish
to purchase. I have also a large quantity of said medicines
together with Gray's invaluable Ointment, on hand and wiH
sel1 'hem at wholesale or retail at lower rates than they hav
evei jeen sold in this market A large discount will be al
lowed to those who buy to sell again. M. BOURNE,
june 7 wtf Opposite True Whig Office
Nashville, June 2, 1851.
This is to certify that M Bourne is my authorized Agent
to sell and put. out on commission Gray s Invaluable Oint
ment, in the State of Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, and
North Carolina. No Ointment ia genuine unless it bears the
written signature of Wm F Gray upon the outside label of
the box; and all who wish the genuine must see that it la
written before they buy, as there are base imitations ou'.
Beware of an article purporting to be put up by W W Gray ,
of Raleigh, N C., which is a base counterfeit The name
W W Giay is engraved, as will be seen by close inspection.
Therefore, in order to avoid imposition get the ointment put
up by the undersigned. WM F GRAY.
' MORE NEW CARPETING
WE have just received an additional supply of Carpet
ing, which makes cur stock complete, irom 80 ceats
to i'2 75 per yard, which we are anxious to sell.
nsvSO "W. A T. H. GREENFIELD A CO-
SPECIAL NOTICE TO TllF. A7F7ICTZP.
rpiIK subscriber respectfully anncui.-
jl tes io mecimcns ot rasnville, and
the public generally, that he has located
permanently m this city, and that be will
devote his attention to the alleviation of j
human suffering, by enrirr Rheu-f
matism. Gout, Neuralgia, Coughs. Can
cers. Piles. Sere Eves. Scrofula. Diseare;
of the skin, Diarrhoea, and Gravel, Fe j
males sulienng with irregularities, ncr
vousness and debilitiy, can be perma
Disease of a peculiar character I guar
antee to remove in a few days radically,
without offensive or deleterious Medi
cines. Patients would save much time
and money, to say nolhirg of anxictv of
mind, by giving him a call.
Invalids from any section of the country, by uddressicg a
letter, stating the symptoms and enclosing a fee, can hava
advice and medicines sent to them with full directions.
The subscriber wishes it distinctly undcrstcod that tlie
above cures are effected without the use of Meicury, as tfce
cure is entirely dependent ou the use of roots, sccoiding to
the Itidian practice.
The subscriber also keeps an Infirmary on the corner ot
Vineand Dereumbrane streets; laige and comfoi table rttrts,
well ventillatcd, and in a very retired part of the city. I t
any wish to be under his immediate and personal care and
direction, they can come in, and no pains will be spared
to render them comfortable and to cfiect a speedy cmc.
For particulars, sec mv chculars of certificates.
Indian Botanic Dcctor, Office on Market sticc!, third ccor
from the Square, East side Sign of the Indian.
Nashville, May 1, 1851.
To the Editors of the Nashville Union: Gen'len-en, Ly
publishing the followingyou will much oblige n e and confer
a favor on suffering humanitv. It is but justice to the p ub
licthat the virtues of Mitchell's Indian Rheumatic Exucct
should be made familiarly known o every qlc, end particu
larly to those afflicted with that painlul diseaje callea Rheu
matism. I have been suffering with ttat diietre for tLe last
two years. I have applied to nun eious physicians, also tr.ed
various remedies, icccir.mended to cure it, but enh fuind
temporary relief and almost in despair of ever gett.rg en
tirely culed; but hearirg of Mitchell's Indian LLei.ii nt.c
Extract, for sometime, I was not willing to try it, as 1 1 uve
spent so much money, and all to no puipose: lut toticrg
a card in your paper cf Dr. Mitchell's arrival tcic, I sent lcr
him, when he called on rre and assured me l.e would effect
acme; also satisfed n c by certificates fum highly icsj ena
ble pei sons in Louisville, son.e of whom aiepei:tnail) Li.iwn
to n e, that got w ell by the use of bis Extract, which ir clc d
me to give it a trial; and I take pleasure in stating, that if cr
the uie of two bottles I am entiiely relieved. 1 el eurg it a
duty incumbent upon me to recomrcond in thcstrorgestteirrs
a medicine which 1 believe has no equal in the- cure of ih:s
Yours, respect fully, D. MINTOSH.
Public Square, "d door from the New Br.dgc.
ANOTHER IMPORTANT CURE
B Y 21 ITCH EL L' S I X 1 1 A X EX TJi A CT.
Edcefield, (near Nashville Mty f, ISM.
Dr. J. Mitchell: Dear Sir, I ttkc pleasure in stctirgto
vou, and for the ler.efit of the public, tl at my Lio'Kr, a
lad of fifteen years.l who has boon afflicted with tie LI eu
matism, for some time, in one of his kr.ces and beck, u d
having tried various remedies, all of which bad Leietf!re
proved useless, I wasaln cst .n despair that be ever uvld
.be anything but acrip.ple for trerest of bislifc, st.th utrs
of his kntt were dracn. But bearing that Mr. Mclntcth, an
old resident of Nashville, bad leen cured by il e ue f )cur
Extract, induced ire to try it for it y brotl er'.and totrj great
astonishment, by the use of one bottle he has regair.td t. e
use of his limbs, and is entirely free of all pain. I, therefore,
feel in duty bound, after havirg tested a mcdicire wi ch
must be of so much use to those afilicted wilh this jar
ful disease, to, unsolicited, publicly recommend it as a ce:
Respectfully, yours, O. D. WALLING.
N. B. Persons" wudiirg to confer with me, can do so
by calling at my residence, Spring street, Edgcf old, Tenn
Davidson Cointt, Tenn., July 5, l.M.
Dr. J. Mitchell: Dear Sir, I feel it my duty "to ackr.c wl
edge to the afilicted. the benefit I have received fiom vrr.r
Ind kn Rheumatic Extracts. I have been suficnr.g w.'h
Rheumatism in my hips fcr seme time. I wasundor Le
ticatmcntof a physician considered a good one, who told ire
that he could not efl'ect a cure on me. Hcarir of yi ur Ex
tract effectingso many cures in the city of Nashville, indi ced
me to try it; and I take pleasure in stating tint tho u.-e cf
one bottle of your Extract has given me great td'ef. 1 con
sider it a very valuable uuitd) for what it is recommended,
particularly for Rheumatism.
Yours, respectfully, D. BR INK LEY.
Nashvillf, Tenn., July Rl, l'l.
To the Editors of the Uniou: Deeming it my duty to the
public and especially to those affieied with Rheumatfeir, tl.it
I have been relieved bvMiiclielt's Indian Rhctic aticExtiact.
I have been afilicted ft r a min.Wr cf ) eais. and aprlied to a
number of physicians for relief, but in vaiu. 1 afe-o tr cd
different remedies recommended for Rheumalisn ,but ft i i;d
them all to le humbugs. Hearirg of Dr. Mitchell's Indtn
Rheumatic Extract, 1 called on the Doctor, and le assured
nic I could be cured. Having sj ent so n ucb n oney ai d
found no relief, I concluded to Le humbugged no mere. I
told the Doctor I would givebiin a certain sum ii Le u u!d
effect a cure. The Doctor tcok mv case and furnisbed n e
with rr.ed;cines: I followed his directions; ard I am now
happy to state, after the use of two bottles of hit extract, i,r.d
two of bis blood purifving remedy, 1 am entiiely relieved.
As an act of justice to Dr. Mitchell", I take this method cf re
commending it to those who are similarly afflicted, as a cer
tain remedy for Rheumatism.
Yours, respectfully, JO. L. RYAN.
Lincoln Couxrr,Tenn., May 2, 1S52.
To all afilicied with Rheumatism, the most painful and
annoying of diseases in the whole catalogue uf liuinan suf
fering, f would vay, nnplv to Dr. Mitchell, or his Agents, for
some of bis invaluable Indian Bhumatic Kxliact; and I
venture to assert you will not be humbugged but Cud rcl:ef
from your sufferirgs. There is a great aversion to I'atei.t
Medicines by the public generally, as they have 1 een so of
ten deceived; but this invaluable remedy is worthy a trial,
and has, so far, proved effectual whenever tried. I will
give a brief statement of mv case, that those who have Lccn
long afilicted may not jet despond while Dr. Mitchell sur
vives. Havirgbeen afilicted with the worst of maladies fcr irrre
than six) ears, bemg confined to my room agieut portion cf
the time, and unable to l e by day or night my joints stif
fened, my muscles partially ossified, and so much en.acia ed
as to seem more like an inhabitant of another world tl an
this. Having tried every Physician cf am- roreof nl.cni I
could hear, all proved unsuccessful. I !.ad entiiely des
paired of recovery, expectirg to spend (not enjoy) tfe lile cf
the invalid, when" I chanced to see an account of tl.e wci'i'er-
ftil cures effected by Dr. Mitchell's Indian RI un &ic 1 x
tract, I resolved togive it a fair trial, as! 1 ad all oil er 1 1
sicinns who tried my case, notwithstanding it wts a ja"trt
medicine, in which" I could exeicheno cry jrtrrrg laid :
when to my great surprise and satisfaction, befVic uslr g it
more than the short sjace of ere irenth, it has leciiMi.ar
arrested in itsraveges uronmy system that I car sIh rstcn
ture to assert, though or Urg srnndirp, tlwt it is entiiely ex
pelled fiom its sin rg bold, ihcugh at patently so well 1 rl.
lied. Less than ore n.onth is a sLoit tin e to t(utea.n crciry
which has been solely engaged in erecting foriif catii i s fi r
near seven years, 1 can say to the nflliccd try for yu.i
selves if you wish to Le in tLe vigor and full bice m cf Led.h
again. Yours truly,
.F M. HURLEY .
AND .HILLS J-"OU SA LE. 1 wish to
my LANDS AND MILLS situated cn Duck River
in Mar.-hall county. There are on the place 2 Saw arl 4 Grist
Mills, and 36i acres of Land, 6nof which arc in cultivation
T .e balance is well timbered, having a kige amount of pop-la-and
cedar upon it. The place is well improved for a
reddence; and has good water. For further particulars ap
ply to the undersigned on the premises, or by letter ad
dressed to him at Caney Spring, Tenn.
nov:jO wftt A. O. WII.LTAMS,
A VALUABLE COTTONPLANTATION FOR SAIE,
ON the West fork of Stone's river, in Rutherford county.
Tennessee, contaluinc 64n acres. The land is ofverr
superior quality, yieldingheayy crops of cotton, well adapt
ed to grass and grain of all kinds is within three miles of
the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, near a good tur
pike has good spring and stock water in abundance- a
comfortable weather-boarded dwelling with good out-houses,
all new cotton gin and press and all other improvements
needed on a farm. The subscriber wishing to go South this
winter, will sell it on very favorable terms if immediate ap
pilication is made to him.'or in his absence to Major John W
aug16 tf HENRY J. WILLIAMS.
TENNESSEE HOUSE IN GEORGIA.
W. F. HARRIS. SKID1IORE HARRIS.
HARRIS & CO.
Forwarding and Commission merchants,
SA VAXXAH, trA
Forward with care and dispatch to and from the Eastern
cities, or to any point desired, GOOLS, PRODUCE AND
MERCHANDISE, of all descriptions, and sell fin commis
sion, PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE. They also pur
chase to order GROCERIES, which can be bought on
most favorable terms, in the Savannah market. They solicit
your patronage, and pledge their utmost exertions to give
DR. DAVID W. iANiitiiL, ouei ias jiu.c
sional services to the citizens of Davidson county.
Residence on the Gallatin Turnpike, four miles and a half
from Nashville, at the place formerly owned by the late Jo
rah Williams. Esq. fnov2- diwtf.J
VAtUABIE FARM AND MILLS FOR bLE.
-t rv-j Q ACRhS OF LAND in Kooer.son countv, on the
XV JLO Sulphur-fork of Red River, two miles from Tur
nersville, and m e m es.from Port Royal, Includtt g a com
fortable dwelling h iu e, the necessary out houses, a valuaL.o
Saw and Grist Mill, a Distillery, a valuable Apple and Peach
orchard and between four and five hundred nixes of im
proved Land, being the plantation occupied by Isaac Dortch
m his life time.
I am authorized to sell the same upon reasonable credi.,
well secured, possession wjll be immediately gven if de
sired. Apply at ClarksYille to the undersigned.
lan I 1 it B VI.
XT' OUR THOUSAND DOLLARS
JP WORTH OF FURNITURE; PIANOS, i
'AT?PTI'f: Ar AT "REDUCED
PRICES. Having added two large rooms to tne-r esrao
lishmcnt, and blended the stock of Greenfield, Curry A Co
with theirs, making it the largest and best stock erer ottered
in this market, and as they are determined to sell. great br-
Stovr" bC 1 WTfff oh itf
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